Palm Pilot  Large

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Palm Pilot font - Large
Info: Created on 29th April 2009 . Last edited on 25th May 2009.
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As a legacy Palm owner I'm loving this series! Some of these caps seem too narrow compared to the 'A'.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 5th May 2009

Thank you for the kind comments!

I am not happy with the capital character widths of the Palm Large font. Using my Linen Test loupe to squint and count the pixels on my Zire 31 for the better part of 2 weeks, the Hand Aviator Large caps are indeed accurate to the rather unfortunate Palm Large font.

I love the Small font, the Bold font and the Large Bold font. The Large font? Not so much; I feel it's poorly designed. Palm could have done a much better job with the characters of that particular font size/style, especially with the extra pixels available for its 'larger' size...

[Also noticed today that the Palm Pilot Large "a" was kerned incorrectly. I have fixed it.]
 

Comment by Goatmeal 5th May 2009
Not to bad
Comment by coonotadfoo 31st October 2010

Thanks for the kind words, coonotadfoo. Search for my other "Palm Pilot" [Palm Pilot / PalmOne] fonts for the other 3 sizes!

Comment by Goatmeal 1st November 2010

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